Triple P Provider Training Courses consist of three distinct components:
- Training days
- A competency-based accreditation process, and
- Implementation Support for both practitioners and organizations.
Triple P Provider Training Courses are usually offered to practitioners with a post-high school degree in health, education, child care or social services. In exceptional circumstances this requirement is relaxed when the prospective practitioners are actively involved in "hands-on" roles serving the targeted parents, children and teens. These particular practitioners have developed, through their workplace experience, some knowledge of child/adolescent development and/or have experience working with families and also have adequate clinical supervision and support on a regular basis.
Familiarize yourself with the Triple P system table to see how the levels support different types of family need within your community and which professions are best suited to deliver the particular interventions you want to offer. The Triple P system table also outlines which courses have Triple P interventions as a prerequisite.